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Abstract: Applying Rotational Tracking and Photospherical Imagery to Immersive Mobile Telepresence and Live Video Streaming Groupware

Bektur Ryskeldiev, Michael Cohen, and Jens Herder, Applying Rotational Tracking and Photospherical Imagery to Immersive Mobile Telepresence and Live Video Streaming Groupware, SIGGRAPH Asia 2017 Mobile Graphics \ Interactive Applications, Bangkok, Thailand, ACM, DOI=10.1145/3132787.3132813, November 27-30, 2017.

Mobile live video streaming is becoming an increasingly popular form of interaction both in social media and remote collaboration scenarios. However, in most cases the streamed video does not take mobile devices' spatial data into account (e.g., the viewers do not know the spatial orientation of a streamer), or use such data only in specific scenarios (e.g., to navigate around a spherical video stream).

Keywords:

Spatial Media, Rotational Tracking, Mixed Reality, Live Streaming, Social Media, Telepresence, Mobile Computing, Groupware, Photospherical Imagery

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